Eddie Gray comments on Leeds United against Reading

Eddie Gray Leeds Caretaker Manager looks on during the FA Barclaycard Premiership match between Leeds United and Chelsea at Elland Road on December 6, 2003 in Leeds, England.

Leeds United will face Reading at Elland Road in the Championship next weekend.

Leeds Manager Eddie Gray looks dejected during the FA Barclaycard Premiership match between Arsenal and Leeds United at Highbury on April 16, 2004 in London.

Eddie Gray has told LUTV that Leeds United have the opportunity to get back on track after the international break when they take on Reading at home.

Leeds will take on Reading at Elland Road in the Championship next weekend.

The Whites will head into the match at Elland Road on the back of a 3-0 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday away from home at the Hillsborough Stadium in the league.

The West Yorkshire outfit’s recent performances have not been great, and the results have been disappointing as well.

Thomas Christiansen’s side are fifth in the Championship table at the moment with 20 points from 11 matches, four points behind leaders Cardiff City and three behind second-placed Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Eddie Gray Leeds Caretaker Manager looks on during the FA Barclaycard Premiership match between Leeds United and Chelsea at Elland Road on December 6, 2003 in Leeds, England.

Reading finished as high as third in the league last season, but Jaap Stam’s side are struggling at the moment.

The Royals currently find themselves just a point above the relegation zone, although they do have a game in hand.

Leeds legend Gray, 69, believes that the Whites have the chance to get back on track with victory over Reading at home next weekend.

A general view of Elland Road Stadium prior to the Sky Bet Championship match between Leeds United and Brighton & Hove Albion at Elland Road on October 17, 2015 in Leeds, England.

“We have got an opportunity in the next game after the break, we are at home against Reading,” Gray told LUTV. “It will be an opportunity for us to show the fans that we can still get back on track.”

“Looking at the last few games, Leeds have conceded two many goals and have made too many errors at the back,” added the former Scotland international winger.

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